Museum remembering Holocaust opens in northwest Ohio town
Published on Saturday Nov 24, 2007

A former postmaster has fulfilled his dream of gathering and displaying memorabilia, mostly letters, relating to the Holocaust and World War II.

Founder Gary Levitt, Holocaust survivors and others opened the new exhibit this month in the lower level of the post office of this northwest Ohio village. Many of the items were obtained from museums in Washington, D.C.

Rabbi Sol Oster blessed the new permanent exhibit and offered a prayer that mankind would be brought together in brotherhood and goodwill.

Author Liesl Sondheimer of Lima is grateful the exhibit tells what happened to Jews in that time period.